DSPPRC will display all stored procedures on your IBM-i System
An IBM i SQL Stored Procedure is used to expose back-end business logic to the outside world. without rewriting the code again and/or providing the access to your database to Third party Vendors.
This will quickly display all the stored procs on your system:
We can interrogate the individual stored procedure details with a ‘5’ next to the *STOREDPROC in question:
We can even see the original SQL statement used to create that stored procedure using a ‘6’:
Did I mention that we can DROP that stored proc is its in error:
Stored Procs with Errors
Any stored procs that point at procedures, or schemas, that do not exist will be highlighted as * NOT FOUND.
You should either fix or drop these stored procedures: